|Munchable Math Night At Carmel – fun, engaging, hands-on and deeply rooted in learning|
Imagine being given four graham crackers, each with a value of 100 points and your goal is to create a food person worth 400 points. But wait! The catch is you can only use two of the graham crackers. The additional two crackers must be exchanged for pretzel sticks worth 10 points and/or Fruit Loops worth 1 point. Go ahead - make your edible person!
Welcome to Munchable Math Night at Carmel Academy.
Our kindergarten through 4th grade students, together with their parents, spent the evening putting their mathematical minds in motion. In the course of an hour and a half, each grade tackled two engaging projects – one using food as a manipulative and the other using art materials. What did the projects have in common? They all involved grade-appropriate activities using mathematical concepts the students recently learned in their math classes.
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